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          MNF: Patriots v. Dolphins, game night thread
Re: MNF: Patriots v. Dolphins, game night thread
Posted by: KB ()
Date: December 12, 2017 06:45AM

ChyrenB Wrote:
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> Totally inexplicable that we basically man-handled
> the Patsies from beginning to end. Cost them most
> probably the first seed in the playoffs. However
> this board is almost silent. Like I said, I
> wonder what kinda fans you guys would have been in
> the fall 1967 season, when I first started rooting
> for this team.

Guilty. Had a family event last night and didn't even bother to keep up with it. Was assuming a horrific embarrassment. Woke up this am, and BAM! Great day to be a Fin Fan!. Watched a little of the game replay. A few things have struck me so far: When Gronk is gone Brady doesn't have his safety valve and it frees up the LB's and DE's to apply more pass rush pressure; The Pats WR's are pedestrian; Is it just me or does our much maligned OL not look so bad when the QB is playing up to par winking smiley

Re: MNF: Patriots v. Dolphins, game night thread
Posted by: ChambersDeepBall ()
Date: December 12, 2017 07:31AM

The 'D' has looked good the last two weeks.

We win out we make the playoffs. We control our own destiny.

Re: MNF: Patriots v. Dolphins, game night thread
Posted by: pafinfan ()
Date: December 12, 2017 07:40AM

colonel Wrote:
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> Also, the roughing the passer call on Brady was BS
> too. I mean, it may have mussed his hair a little
> but roughing? Not even close.
>
> Agree, that was more like, "pardon me, I didn't
> see you standing there." Amazing ref call was
> uncalled for. confused smiley

That was against Brady. What if he got his pedicure mussed up?

Re: MNF: Patriots v. Dolphins, game night thread
Posted by: Grimey13 ()
Date: December 12, 2017 08:09AM

pafinfan Wrote:
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> colonel Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Also, the roughing the passer call on Brady was
> BS
> > too. I mean, it may have mussed his hair a
> little
> > but roughing? Not even close.
> >
> > Agree, that was more like, "pardon me, I didn't
> > see you standing there." Amazing ref call was
> > uncalled for. confused smiley
>
> That was against Brady. What if he got his
> pedicure mussed up?

Did the ref also give him the flag afterwards so he could wipe the grass from his clit????

Re: MNF: Patriots v. Dolphins, game night thread
Date: December 12, 2017 05:00PM


Re: MNF: Patriots v. Dolphins, game night thread
Posted by: Ken ()
Date: December 13, 2017 04:22AM

Been sick for three weeks and had to work so I just didn't get on the board.

Re: MNF: Patriots v. Dolphins, game night thread
Posted by: jsm08 ()
Date: December 13, 2017 07:38AM

Good for you, Treasure.

Questioning fandom is stupid. The NFL is supposed to be entertainment. There was nothing entertaining about our total lack of preparation and competitiveness early in the season.

Because you elect to make better use of your time than watching that nonsense doesn't make you a lesser fan. It makes you a smart fan.

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